Super League new entrant, Boroboro Holly Hill Football Club, on Friday strengthened its performance at home by beating the League's seasoned side, Express Football Club three goals-to nil. Attempts by Express to shake off its recent poor performance were disrupted when the Boroboro holly FC, through its tactful striker, Joseph Muluya, scored an opening goal in just one minute after kick off. The second goal was scored by David Obua, who took advantage of Express's defensive errors to push the margin to two goals. Express FC's hopes for a win were dashed off in the 59th minute, when substitute, Willy Edong made an acrobatic turn from inside the keeper's box to shoot into the net, and sealed the win for Boroboro Holly Hill FC. The win, the third for Boroboro this season takes them to thirteen points, same level with Express but ten points behind table leaders, KCC FC. Boroboro was playing without its influential striker; Bob Obira who is serving a year long ban, for allegedly slapping a SC Villa player. Obira claims that the villa player labeled him a rebel, Kony and Anyanya. Meanwhile, the second half saw referee, Kalifrang Kana Kulya cautioning a restless Express coach, Kefa Kisala who was uncontrollably shouting orders at his players for failing to control the game and also at the referee whenever he felt his side was not awarded free kicks for fouls committed.